You work for your supervisor, not your company

05/9/2013 | Forbes

Your company probably doesn't know or care how well you're doing, says Stephen Pollan, a life coach and personal finance mentor. It's your supervisor who is most responsible for your career advancement, so your primary objective should be to make that person look good. "You’ve got to look like you’re protecting his back and front. That’s your most important job," he says.

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